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December holiday luncheon
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Elizabeth Ellis is a versatile and riveting teller of Appalachian and Texas tales and stories of heroic American women, though her personal stories are arguably her best. She has captivated over 250,000 children and countless adults at schools, universities and festivals in her 25 year career as a storyteller. Join us at the Adolphus in Dallas on Dec. 14, as Ellis brings her wonderful storytelling to our holiday luncheon. More
Association Day will be held April 2, 2012, at the Irving Convention Center.

Mark your calendars now for this fun and informative event!


How Twitter is socializing conferences
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Much has been written about how to use Twitter for a conference. Social media conferences were some of the first to experience the back channel, online chatter about the conference experience. Today, conference attendees are socializing conferences in their own ways online, especially when the experience doesn't give them an opportunity to participate on-site. More

Why you need to perform a reputation audit today
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Leaders need to know what others are saying about them, or risk losing their job. An early reputation audit can give people what they needed to take corrective action. More

Do you have moral overconfidence?
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Good leadership is humble leadership. Humility is living in truth. The truth about our limitations and an understanding of our proper relationship with others. And do we share with each other a moral overconfidence — a certain naiveté about ourselves that carries with it the seeds of our own destruction. More

New green standards help make sustainability sustainable
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The Convention Industry Council did not refer to cost savings or economic impact when it recently announced that eight of the nine APEX/ASTM green meetings standards had finally been adopted. More

Is it better to be liked or feared?
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As a good manager and "coach," should you be liked or feared — or neither? A recent LinkedIn discussion supported the premise that respect is really the goal. Most members of the group Human Resource Management felt that in order to garner respect, being liked is indeed better than being feared — but that at times some fear of authority is necessary to get the job done. More

Top 10 things we love about meeting planners
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Meeting planners are the reason we have meetings. Courtesy of Cvent, the following are 10 reasons why everyone loves planners. Also included are some stories to aid in planning your next meeting or event. More

The science of building trust
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It doesn't just happen. To actively increase trust among your employees, assess factors like their risk tolerance and sense of power. More

6 ways to create great virtual meetings
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The virtual and traditional meeting worlds are converging, as evidenced by hybrid meetings, simulcasts, meetings archived to Web sites and emerging uses of mobile devices and apps before, during and after in-person meetings. As the line blurs between on site and online, meeting managers are increasingly responsible for the success of meetings in both worlds. More
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